Student clubs at LTCC are a fun way to get involved in student life, meet others with similar interests, and develop strong leadership and communication skills. Interested in joining a club on campus? Contact a club advisor (530) 541-4660.
ALLY Club Promotes equal rights and support to the LGBTQIA community on campus and around the South Shore. Advisor - Lisa Shafer, ext. 210
Alpha Gamma Sigma (Honor Society) Fosters and recognizes scholarships, promotes quarterly blood drives and public service activities, presents guest speakers, and also holds occasional social events. Advisor - Julie Cathie, ext. 276
Art Club Provides educational opportunities for art students including, but not limited to, the creation of their own art as well as viewing of historical pieces of artwork. Advisor - Colleen Sidey, firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Senate The governing body for the associated students of Lake Tahoe Community College. The Student Senate has been established to represent students to the college administration, faculty, and staff in all matters which affect the students of Lake Tahoe Community College. Co-Advisor - Anna Lee, ext. 741 / Co- Advisor - Danny Masellones, ext. 221
Badminton Club This club provides opportunities for students to expand their knowledge and skills in the sport. In addition, the club will serve as a collaborative and competitive environment for students. Advisor - Tim Johnson, ext. 557
Future Business Leaders of Tahoe (FBLT) Creates, promotes, and facilitates the building and maintenance of relationships between students of LTCC, who are interested in business as a major, and the local business community. Advisor - Eric Sturgess, ext. 223
Geology Club Explores the Earth through field trips. Recent trips include exploring Tuolumne Meadows, Half Dome and Moaning Caverns in California, and Hidden Cave, Nevada. Advisor - Scott Valentine, ext. 313.
Green Environmental Club Promotes ways to develop green employment, living, economy and individuals in the South Lake Tahoe region and at LTCC. Advisor - Dr. Beth Marinelli-Laster, ext. 291
International Club An association of students interested in foreign languages, foreign travel, and opportunities to develop an appreciation of different cultures around the world. Advisor - America Ramirez, ext. 237
Math Club The math club is a social and service organization providing math resources to the college and the community. Advisor - Dr. Larry Green, ext. 341
Performing Arts League PAL is committed to providing students an outlet to participate in all aspects of the performing arts. Advisor - Kurt Munger, ext. 359
Rotaract Rotaract clubs are part of a global effort to bring peace and international understanding to the world. This effort starts at the community level but knows no limits in its outreach. Advisor - Dr. Kindred Murillo, ext. 210
Science Club The purpose of the Science Club is to serve the Lake Tahoe community and promote science among local youth by visiting local schools with science demonstrations and activities. We work with local teachers to enhance their existing curriculum with our visits. We also take field trips to destinations of interest to science students, for example, The Exploratorium, iFly, Lawrence Berkely National Laboratory, and we raise funds to support these activities. Advisor - Dr. Cathleen Cox, ext.368
Soccer Provides opportunities for students to expand their knowledge and skills of soccer and also provides an environment for students to collaborate and compete. Advisor - Mike Spina, ext. 287
Table Tennis Provides opportunities for students to expand their knowledge and skills of table tennis. The club will also provide an environment for students to collaborate and compete. Advisor - Dr. Walter Morris, ext. 246
Volleyball Club Provides a constructive environment for students to learn and developtechniques that will allow them to become better volleyball players. Advisor - Jen Spina, email@example.com
Meet our Student Ambassadors!
Student Ambassadors are an elite team of students representing our college to our new students, former students, and faculty/staff by helping with applications, registration, orientations, special events, tours, and around-the-clock needs. These students have been recommended by faculty & staff and have shown to all of us that they are the 'Cream of the Crop'! Here they are:
Need different documents? Contact Katy or Alba in Student Services (A100).
Annual LTCC Club Events:
Fall Quarter: Back to School BBQ - Tuesday, October 7th, 11:30 - 1:00pm ~ Main Entrance Get together with old friends, meet new people, and enjoy a free lunch sponsored by LTCC's student clubs. Club Day Halloween Fest - Tuesday, October 28th, 12:00 - 1:00pm ~ LTCC Commons Find out about all of LTCC's clubs, enjoy free candy, and join in the Halloween festivities as clubs compete for best costume, best Jack-O-Lattern and other fun catagories. It's the perfect opportunity to get involved!
Winter Quarter: Winter Fest Chili Cook-Off - January 20th, 12:00 - 1:00 ~ LTCC Commons Smaple free varieties of chili, prepared by campus clubs, and vote for your favorite!
Spring Quarter: Spring Fling Club Carnival - May 21st, 11:30-1:00 ~ Main Entrance Campus clubs offer free carnival-style games with prizes. The ASC hosts a "cream-pie" fundraiser, allowing students to smash a cream pie in the face of volunteer faculty, administrators, and staff - it's always a big "hit"!
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